What is this resource?
This set of interactive resources was designed to help you customize your youth violence prevention work and track your efforts. While these resources were developed with public health practitioners in mind, any group working to prevent youth violence can and should use them. Videos of other communities working to prevent youth violence are included to provide real-life context for many of the main points presented throughout. This resource was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
What is STRYVE?
STRYVE (Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere) is a CDC initiative to help communities prevent youth violence. Information, experiences, and lessons learned from STRYVE grantees informed the development of this interactive resource that can help other communities across the country take a public health approach to preventing youth violence – stopping it before it even starts. Learn more about STRYVE.
What is VetoViolence?
VetoViolence is a CDC resource designed to help public health practitioners and their partners prevent violence. It houses a unique set of free, accredited trainings, tools, and resources to help practitioners accomplish their work more effectively and with greater efficiency.